Upcoming Online Events
Let the land call to you:
an exploration of healing through connection with land
This solstice gathering on Juneteenth, the national celebration of the end of slavery, is an opportunity to recognize the dance between liberation and the pain of our individual and collective histories that still lives in our bodies.
During our time together we will explore what happens when we allow our struggles to meet the embrace of the earth. We will work with the elements of creation for healing by honoring and connecting to the land and nature as our guide to wholeness.
This special event is an invitation to remember the struggles of our lives, our ancestors, and others in our country’s past and present. From this place of remembering, we then to come to the deep well of the earth to drink and renew ourselves so we can meet what is needed and hear what we are called to do by the great mother.
This event will be taking place outdoors at Stillpoint. We will be abiding by the WA state COVID guidelines for outdoor gatherings in June.
Summer Starr is devoted to relationship with the land. As a healer, dancer, poet and mystic, she finds the wisdom of creation a wellspring for the human heart and enjoys encouraging others in developing this connection. She is one of the contributors to the recently released book, "Whiteness Is Not an Ancestor, Essay on Life and Lineage by White Women", edited by Lisa Iversen.
Date and Time: Saturday, June 19th, 9am - 12pm
Place: Stillpoint, 1625 Huntley Road, Bellingham
Fee: $30.00, partial or full scholarships available upon request.
If paying by check, please make it out to "Stillpoint"
You can pay on the day or mail payment to: 1625 Huntley Road, Bellingham, WA 98226
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